SINP Express Entry Opens 400 Spots

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has opened 400 spots in the International Skilled Worker – Express Entry sub-category. NO JOB OFFER REQUIRED. This is a great opportunity for candidates who are currently in Canada’s Express Entry pool to boost their chances in getting an Invitation to Apply (ITA). So how can you get nominated…

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#30: How to Immigrate to Canada Without Sponsorship

You can immigrate to Canada even if you don’t have a relative or an employer who can sponsor you. In this #askdaphnelav episode, I’m going to answer Tess’ question about how she can immigrate to Canada without a sponsor. Click the video now to find out my answer. If you have friends and relatives who…

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Manitoba Govt Staff and Employers Will Be In Manila Nov 20-24, 2017

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) staff together with Manitoba employers, will be in Manila, Philippines on November 20-24, 2017. They will be hosting an information session and conducting interviews to find qualified individuals in the following occupations: Specialized Livestock Workers Industrial Butchers Graphic Designer Printing Press Operator Plastics Machine Operator Bindery Machine Operators Bindery…

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New Brunswick Holding a Job Fair in Manila

The province of New Brunswick, Canada, will be hosting a job fair in Manila on August 2017 on behalf of employers in the province.   They’re particularly looking for workers in these occupations: Seamstress, sewing machine operator- made-to-measure garments (NOC 9446 and 6342) Food industry workers (production line operator, laborer) Aquaculture workers ( fish processing line, canning…

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#29 SINP Accepts Lower English Scores for Canadian Immigration

Saskatchewan’s English proficiency requirement for the International Skilled Worker Occupations in Demand sub-category is much less than that of other immigration programs. However, your English score is not the only requirement to qualify under SINP. Here are the minimum qualifications that SINP requires from prospective nominees: Completion of a post-secondary education, training or apprenticeship One…

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#28: Avoid Spousal Sponsorship Problems: Get Remarried Right!

It’s very important for your future Canadian immigration spousal sponsorship that you say “I Do” again right and the legal way. Missing a step could lead to legal troubles. It also could cost your spouse his Canadian immigrant visa if he’s deemed not to be a member of the family class. Your marriage must be…

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#27: SINP Express Entry: Pros and Cons

An IELTS score of 6.0 in each category can fast track your Canadian immigration. This enables you to apply for the Express Entry at the federal level as well as get lined up for SINP nomination. So why apply under the SINP Express Entry Sub-Category? To recap, here are the advantages of applying under the…

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#25: The Secret to Getting Your SINP Nomination in 2016

Hello there! Welcome to #askdaphnelav – my new & improved Immigration Q&A segment. If you think SINP is already closed for 2016, think again… Learn how you can still get a spot to get nominated under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Click the video now to watch. To learn more about the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program…

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